Alexandria shooter carried list of 6 members of Congress, FBI confirms
Pelosi On Criticism from Dems: 'I Think I'm Worth the Trouble'
Pushing back on criticism from fellow party members after the Democratic loss in a Georgia special election this week, Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that she?s ?worth the trouble? as Democrats? leader in the House.
Trump admits he has no tapes of Comey meetings
FCC Regulators Are Now Imposing Record Fines for Robocalls
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Wall Street Journal fires correspondent over ethics conflict
WASHINGTON (AP) ? The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday fired its highly regarded chief foreign affairs correspondent after evidence emerged of his involvement in prospective commercial deals ? including one involving arms sales to foreign governments ? with an international businessman who was one of his key sources.
Comedy host Noah 'stopped eight-10 times' by US police
Noah, who is South African and hosts "The Daily Show" on Comedy Central, made the remarks after a Minnesota police officer was acquitted of all charges over the fatal shooting of 32-year-old Philando Castile last July. The Minnesota officer was acquitted last Friday over the shooting of Castile, who was in the vehicle with his girlfriend and her four-year-old daughter. Castile was initially singled out for a traffic stop because the officer thought he resembled a robbery suspect.
Tim Kaine: U.S. strikes on Syrian forces ?completely illegal?
Sean Spicer defends lack of press briefings by accusing 'snarky' reporters of wanting to be 'YouTube stars'
Donald Trump?s press secretary Sean Spicer has pushed back against accusations that the White House is displaying a ?lack of transparency? by holding fewer on-camera briefings, saying that reporters who ask ?snarky questions? just ?want to become YouTube stars?. Over the duration of Mr Trump?s first six months as president, Mr Spicer has more routinely favoured off-camera press gaggles, which tend to shorter and more informal, over traditional televised briefings.
"Textalyzer" Device Allows Police to Determine if Drivers Were Texting and Driving